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that the fault may be active after all. that is why japan's nuclear regulation authority, the nra, sent a team to inspect the plant. >> didn't the utility or the government know about the presence of the fault at the time of the plant's construction? >> they did. the fault was examined in 1985 before the construction of units three and four. there are several factors that explain why the issue wasn't debated at the time. geologists didn't have the same level of understanding about seismic fault, and the standards to define whether a fault is active or not were different. another important factor is that before the fukushima accident the government depended too much on the plant operator's own assessment. >> now, how widespread is this problem? >> there are 17 commercial nuclear plants in japan and one major research reactor. the nra has ordered geological surveys at six sites including ohi. experts will conduct another inspection at the tsuruga plant on saturday. the agency is drafting new standards of earthquake resistance based on the results from march 11th. it's very likely that surveys wi
, is the intransagainst not largely on the part of the nra. you write the nra wouldn't meet with you even though you are a member of the nra. >> that are certainly intransigent, but their intransagainst is strengthened by the impression they have that the people that want gun control want to take people's guns away from them. it shouldn't be the object of gun control to take guns away from law-abiding people who have them perfectly legally. if we can tell the nra and convince them that the object that -- of gun control is not depriving people of the right to have firearms but to make it safer for everybody including them against gun violence, which is largely perpetrated by criminals. >> why is there this fear? if anything, public opinion has shifted in favor of the nra. a pew research poll shows in 1993, 57% of the country supported gun control and in 2012 after the aurora shootings 47% of the country supported gun control. the country is getting more lenient in terms of gun control laws. >> fear mongering, the nra does, is effective at raising funds. constantly in the past year before the election
because of the political power of the national rifle association. the nra doesn't want any gun laws and so we can't have any gun law, they're too powerful, they control it. does that common wisdom change at all once you know that this is the truth about the nra right now? the sunlight foundation crunched the numbers and the political action committee got as return on their investment a 0.82% return. they spent almost $11.8 million and less than 1% of that money went to races that went their way. less than 1%. now to be fair, the nra's lobbying arm got just over a 10% return of their investment. instead of wasting 99% of their money, this other nra group only wasted 90% of their money on races they didn't win. that's their good news this year. to be fair, what we're seeing might be an indication of the fact that the nra is mostly just a republican interest group at this point. the nra does not seem to be making principled decisions about their endorsement these days. and most groups supporting republicans this year did really poorly because republicans did really poorly. we talked about a f
control than men are. she has a lot to say about the national rifle association or the nra, probably the most powerful lobby group in the country. >> mine is we need to get guns out of the hands of crazy people, and the nra is against that because every gun that they sell is more profit in the pocket. we need to protect our kids. >> both political parties are competing to win over women in colorado. in this swing state, there are more female voters than male voters. obama supporters say women should support the president because of his stance on abortion. >> i feel strongly that no one should be forced to have children until they are prepared to have children. i do not really think it is a pro-life versus pro-choice issue so much as it is my choice, not mitt romney's choice when i have children. >> obama's stand on abortion is one reason democrats are ahead with female voters in the state of colorado, and some number- cruncher's think this might decide the vote here in the tightest in state of the mall -- of them all. >> the german foreign minister is in mali for talks with the provi
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to own a gun, but nra, gun owners of america, they go so far as to oppose any restriction on owning anything in any number at any time. you know, even reasonable things like trying to crack down on trafficking by limiting the number of gun purchases or limiting magazine capacity to lessen the tragedy in a mass shooting like aurora. wouldn't they do themselves more of a service if they took a bit more of a reasonable position on this? >> yes, and what can people on the other side do to get them to do that? they probably have to wait for new leadership in the nra for one thing. but if it were clear to gun owners in america that people who favor gun control don't aim to take everybody's guns away from them, that's not the object. >> right. >> it's to find -- >> we tried to make that clear. >> we're trying to make it clear here. but i think the nra lives off the impression that it -- >> it's also a slippery slope. every time there's an encroachment on your freedom to be a law-abiding citizen and to carry your gun legally that this is just going to go another step further and another ste
-- are going to examine other plants in the same prefecture. nra officials will conduct the survey with four outside experts on december 1 and 2nd. a meeting to discuss the results of the inspection will be held on december 14. in april, experts found that one of the fissures underneath the plant could be linked to a nearby active fault. they say another fissure below the number two reactor could be an active fault. the nar plans to survey other plants across japan. >> rachel ferguson has the weather. >> yes, we're dealing with a storm moving across japan, i was going to say a snowstorm, mostly rain. we could see three to four millimeters of of snow. the rain is going to continue for the next 24 hours in places along the western coast of the sea of japan side and also up to the north. very intense rainfall. mudslides and landslides are going to be a concern, as well as flooding, of course. the winds have also been very strong. now that's another 24 hours of this storm before it starts to clear up. friday should be a lot better, in fact, across much of japan. we have more rain developing. you
rifle association nra a preliminary injunction against two san francisco gun laws. the city attorney argued the ordinance reasonably helped public safety without denying the right to bear arms. the law requires guns to be locked when stored in the home. another law bars sale of particularly dangerous am mission that has no sporting purpose. >> santa clara county sheriff meeting with parents in a san jose sqool skool where a registered sex offender was allowed to volunteer on campus. parents want to make sure this never happens again, anywhere. >> it's true. the meeting got underway at 2:00. giving parents an opportunity to question the sheriff. and an investigation is still underway to determine whether anyone knew that a volunteer was a registered sex offender. sheriff smith hoped the meeting would be up to public and media but officials didn't agree so the sheriff spoke to us before the meeting. >> we brought flyers. we brought maps and information on the internet and information about child offenders. i want the parents to tell me what their looking for from us. >> the map showing
the debate now. >> cenk: now, the nra has been demagoguing on this gun control issue for a lock time. oh i the the democrats are back in charge. this is what was said before the election. >> it's all part of a massive obama conspiracy to deceive voters and hide his true intention to destroy the second amendment. >> i think you'll see a siege on the second amendment like we've never seen before. >> if president obama gets one more time it will break the back of the second amendment in this country. >> cenk: what was the real objective? he represents the gun industry. what happened? mission accomplished. last month background checks, an indication of how many guns are being bought this month went up 18.4%. nicely done. you scared all the folks out there thinking, oh my god, i have to get a gun. there is more. they are not just selling a lot of guns. they're selling a lot of bullets. in fact, too many. look at this report. let me show you the gun industry stock. this is mission accomplished. smith and wesson, nicely done, nra, and they're also running out of bullets. >> wednesday mourn when i
that scoring is above that interest group whether they nra or the aclu will list on their final rundown on the congressional session. how did members of congress do on issues that really matter to us? so that matters a great deal to the adherents of that particular interest group. the nra had never scored a vote on the supreme court nomination and they have no reason to even take any interest in sonia sotomayor's nomination and of course as a lower court judge she had never been in a position to make any judicial policy on gun rights or you know, gun issues. but they agreed to go along and they scored the vote and on that is what accounted for the fact that she only got a handful of republican votes. so you know i can no longer give my. >> a about once the president stays in the mainstream because mainstream doesn't matter any more. it's all politics. part of it goes back to the battle over robert bork which may be some of you are old enough to remember in 1987 where president reagan did try to use that appointment of robert lord, leading conservative intellectual of his day, to press b
the commission was formed, it was put together by people who wrote the bill in the first place and big nra supporters. there was one person on there she had great ideas. she had a couple of her people on my commission who had great ideas. they never even discussed her ideas. when you stack the deck from the beginning you get your result. but going off what the professor said, the thing about the stand your ground law it creates a shoot-first mentality. it let's people know, and as you know the former as prosecutor, you can defend yourself in your home, but in florida even outside of your home if you feel any way threatened, it doesn't even have to be an immediate threat you can shoot first. it's giving floridians that mentality. yes, it has increased violence, and it gives people a false sense of being able to shoot someone and kill someone in the state. i just don't think in a civilized society that's how we should live. >> eliot: the balance that this law seems to strike is in favor of vigilantism which permits a person after the fact claim that he or she was feeling threatened, not to t
and went to the back of the bus where she rescued a student who was sitting in a wheelchair. >>> the nra, the national rifle association came out on the losing end of a battle with the city of san francisco. the rule mandating the guns be stored locked up or equipped with trigger locks violates gun owners' rights. a judge says the law complies with the rights specified by the u.s. supreme court. an attorney says the nra will appeal when the court considered california's requirements on carrying firearms in public. >>> marissa mayer visited the white house with ceos. they met with president obama to discuss the fiscal cliff. the president is putting pressure on republicans to keep middle class americans from falling off the fiscal cliff at the end of the year. but republicans are resisting any move that could end up raising taxes on the rich. we have the latest from washington. >> reporter: he says he wants a deal soon to cut spending but president obama is demanding republicans vote now to prevent the worst fall off the fiscal cliff, tax hikes on 98% of americans. >> the first job is to
, he cannot be friendly enough with the nra and opposing even discussing the issue of gun control. you see this pattern all across the board. he has moved from the center- left although it over to the far right on many issues. >> speaking of defunding, the issue that governor romney has raised and talking about defunding fema, getting rid of fema. >> that is particularly a fascinating e.e. you are referring to his comment during one of the republican primary debates when he was asked directly, what would you do about fema? as part of your efforts to shrink the federal government, would you send fema's responsibilities back to the states? his immediate answer was, absolutely. he said, not only would that be a good idea, but possibly you would even turn it over to the private sector. raising ee prospect, what i called in the article, sort of pay as you go rooftop rescue program. where if you had the money, you could be rescued from your flooded house. if you did not, well, too bad. which i think is something that would really be abhorrent to most americans. the time when you really want
"'s nra executive vice president wayne lapierre will be with us after this break. can i help you? i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. stuart: we are sticking with a modest gain for stock prices, dow jones industrials up 30 one points above 13,000, lot of economic news today, third quarter gdp up 2.7% on an annualized basis better than the previous rating, not strong enough, jobless claims 393,000 in the latest and freddie mac, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage 3.32%. cold the department store down 5%. analysts expect sales to go up, not good for the stock, down 8%. tiffanies lower, weak sales especially in asia. two retailers falling because of weak sales. back in 90 seconds with wayne lapierre of the nra who said of president obama got elected to a second term he would curb gun rights. people listened. gun sales records broken. veo
the executive vice president of the nra we have wayne lapierre. you can tell the gun owners are fired up are the single issue voters to shift the election? >> there is no more fundamental freedom. go sit in one of those houses that the middle of the night cold, no power, no water and see if a firearm makes use a her. if you don't think it does you are not. stuart: what about a second to administration of obama's ? >> siege of the second dimension it -- amendment. he's trying to hide the issue handing out fliers zero bobble will not take your gun. they're trying to get through the election but if they do, locked the door. stuart: what proof do you have? >> the matters it was the at semiautomatic than the side by side shotgun, raising taxes by 500% and eliminate right to carry permits in all states and voted in the senate to put the fire arm industry agribusiness and only one of the nine homeowners who saved his life from a criminal with a rap sheet as long as his arm stuart: repeat that. >> there was a homeowner had a fire arm identification card but the town past the done band. a crimina
. but not in the hands of criminals. you know, the nra has a stranglehold -- the nra and the gun lobby and gun manufacturers, i believe, have the stranglehold on our legislators. and if you say anything about guns, you don't get elected because they have money that -- to help elect people who do support unlimited gun control -- unlimited guns. and we like to call it violence. gun violence control instead of gun control. we went to mitigate some of the gun violence. i think that there's -- last census, there was 310 million people in the united states. 4 million of those people are nra members. and recent polls by even conservative pollsters say that the majority of those gun owners -- not the nra administration -- but the gun owners support background checks. 40% of the guns sold in the united states do not have a background check. it's easier to buy a gun at a gun show than it is to buy sudafed at walgreen's. >> thank you for talking to us about your experience in the courtroom yesterday. we appreciate your time. >> thank you, soledad. i appreciate you talking with me. >>> still ahead on "sta
friends. the executive director of this deep branch of the nra. he counsels me, looks after mepy welcome. and kaye thurman, i'm surprised it took them her body. she is dynamic. she soon got the is durational and i'm so happy she's able to be here with me today and we reacquaint three years. boy does she have a story. god bless you, kaye. [applause] my new friends, the kraft family hospitality has been flawless and their generosity abundant. and how about diane fulton? isn't she something? she's red, white and blue. [applause] i want to thank c-span tv for being here today and broadcasting this event nationally. i want to thank the historic austin country club, our gracious hosts here todaythey ss of people in this world. those that are texans and those that wish they were texans. [laughter] i'm pleased to tell you i recognize a deal to be done. i love texas. it's a repository of success. shelters in the strong arms of christianity. schools and common sense and sequestered in time it's where the cancer of socialism vainly struggles, where it's dangerous humor cannot metastasize, where for
whether the slippage is a result of deep fault activity. making a hasty conclusion is dangerous. >> an nra member said landslides created the fish yur and that is all the group can say at the moment. they decided to meet again on wednesday to discuss the matter. the nuclear regulator will conduct on-site inspections at five other plants. >>> new data shows that more people in japan are using smart phones. domestic shipments for the april to september period were up more than 40% from a year earlier. the research institute says more than 14 million smart phones were shipped in japan in the first half of the fiscal year. over 20 million mobile phones were shipped during the same period. this was the third straight annual increase. but was only 1% higher than the figure for the same period last year. apple had the largest share with 22.3%. samsung electronics had more than 8%. the south korean firm shipped nearly 60% more smart phones than last year. while sharp and sony reported lower shipments. smart phones are one of the few strong performers for japanese electronic makers. sales of tvs, r
of commerce. virginia voters, veterans vision, the nra. the promise of american dream is at stake right now. if you envision a better future than what we have to endure these days, i invite you to join with us in this campaign. i do not care to talk about republicans versus democrats. everybody who uses electricity should be on our side. anybody who drives a car, unless you like paying $30 more when you fill up, ought to be on albert side. -- on our side. if you think health care decisions ought to made by doctors and physicians and not a panel, you should be on our side. if you pay taxes, you ought to be with us. if you have a child or want to get work, you should be on our side. our idea is to create more job opportunities. if you care about the future of your children and grandchildren, we welcome you to our side. i ask you all to examine the records of the two candidates closely. if you care about virginia and jobs, i respectfully ask you to allow me to work for you in washington where my job will be to protect yours. >> one of my favorites scriptures is psalm 133, how wonderful it is o
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the stand your ground law, a law that the nra pushed hard and has now spread across the country it's a law still playing a central role in the trayvon martin case. we will be watching this case very carefully and bring you updates. block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. try this... bayer? this isn't just a headache. trust me, this is new bayer migraine. [ male announcer ] it's the power of aspirin plus more in a triple action formula to relieve your tough migraines. new bayer migraine formula. in a triple action formula to relieve your tough migraines. online outfit piccolo headphones buy now broadway show megapixels place to sleep little roadster war and peace deep sea diving ninja app hipster glasses 5% cash back sign up to get 5% everywhere online through december. only from discover. >>> after the disastrous showing at the polls, republicans have learned their lesson. that's right. the gop's going to change its ways. and their party chairman is going to get to the root of why they lost. >> i don't think you can draw any quic
he's not the nra. he does not have an activist base that's therefore going to put the kind of pressure that the nra can put on people when it comes to gun issues. his power comes from we all write about him, we all talk about him, and he's the anti-tax guy. i will say -- i totally agree with you. power comes from saying what every single republican agrees with. and even this editorial and other stories on this subject, yes, a couple people are publicly challenging him. still 98% of elected republican officials are now. this is still the dominant theology -- >> and why are they not? not because of grover, but because of theology. >> right. >> this is all anti-tax theology. and the second people stop believing that taxes are -- raising taxes are bad, then grover may go on to being against artificial fillers and popcorn. >> and that's beginning. and you need to see -- >> i haven't heard him say anything about artificial fillers and popcorn movie theaters. grover is the anti-tax guy. and guess what? i'm the anti-tax guy, and 98% of the people in the republican caucus are the an
and want to run experiments and going to the afl-cio, emily's list. they're not going to the nra, not going to republican presidential campaigns. the democratic political brain campaigning brain is growing. there's intellectual couple tur, the number of people i talked to mid level data jobs and democratic campaigns, liberal organizations who have graduate degrees in fairly arcane hard sciences as opposed to analogous people on the republican side, either jobs don't exist or they came out of regular political jobs and their brain's not expanding. >> there's a cultural shift. >> we had a great piece -- sasha's book is wonderful -- a great piece by tim murphy in mother jones about harper reid one of the guys doing this. he's like i a yo-yo aficionado, a hacker, and put together a lot of the operation for the obama team. i'll put up the link on twitter feed later. but the -- >> promotions galore. >> i was talking to david plouffe about a year ago, i said if you read your book about the campaign, the 2000 campaign you give away a lot of secrets. he goes, oh, i want them to take my 2008 secrets
american conservative union rating, 100% christian coalition, 100% national right to life, "a" with the nra. zero with the ada, americans for democratic action, a liberal group. an23 by some mistake with the afl-cio. i demand a recount. i wanted a zero. >> hockenberry: but inglis does accept the scientific consensus on global warming and favors legislation to curb the effects of co2 in the atmosphere. he faced a tea party rebellion in his primary. >> i had a big tent gathering in spartanburg county, a bunch of republicans underneath a very big tent. comes a question to me: "yes or no, do you believe in human causation on climate change?" i had a bad habit of answering questions, so i said yes. "boo, hiss" comes the crowd. i was blasted out from underneath the tent. i mean, there are a couple of hundred, 300 people there. i mean, it was intense. >> hockenberry: he was pounded in commercials and on talk radio. >> it became an oft-repeated theme on talk radio, and that is a major source of information, of course, for republican primary voters. they were hearing, "inglis has left the reservatio
where the nra doesn't exist, a liberal president, and the war beginnings to unfold. >> it begins with a deadly attack that kills americans. it begins with a goflt that lies to its people about what actually took place. israel under the gun and being attacked. we're being told repeatedly that radical islam is no longer a threat, and yet it's all in that book. it's all happening today. >> you in your life, you were directed -- you were given orders by the cia director casey at the time. you were given seven suicide pills, correct? >> yeah. >> all right. >> to go to tehran. >> to negotiate for the hodges. >> it had to do with tehran. it didn't have to do with day to day life in washington. >> i understand. as you see we're now two decades beyond. explain. is it worse now than it's ever been and how bad could it possibly get? >> i think it is worse. i think it's worst in large part because if we don't recognize who your enemy is, and this was written 2000 years ago, you will lose. we have not recognized the enemy to be radical islam. we've created all kinds of names for it like al-qa
presidential nominee paul ryan to admit that contrary to what the nra was saying and multi-million dollar ad buys around the country, that actually president obama wasn't changing gun laws to take anyone's guns away. and then paul ryan pulled off his microphone and his handler put that piece of paper up in front of the camera and paul ryan never did another local news interview until he lost the election and the campaign was over. i'm thankful for local news reporter who is work generally in lousy conditions with lousy support for lousy pay, and who do things as wide rangingly wonderful as ktla covering the story of the glendale bear wandering the streets of los angeles, to cbs atlanta, building this wacky graphic to accompany the story of the georgia republican state senators holding a seminar on president obama's mind control techniques, to the political reporter for the abc affiliate in miami who had the big pitcher of water thrown all over him, when he was bravely trying to report on the story of the scandal-ridden now former congressman, david rivera. i'm thankful, specifically, for jam
term. he is the chairman of the n.r.a.'s military and veterans affairs committee. welcome, colonel, always good to have you brother. >> good to be with you, stuart. by the way, the costco shares have gone up so well because they're selling so many, really, here is the segway, the segway, page 25 of what you just talked about and i quote, both men were members of the national rifle association until the ooganization was banned as an illegal extremist entity for add he vo ka advocate that ban the united nations ation treaty on small arms trade. that's in the book because that's what people are afraid of. a ban on so-called assault weapons are simply semi automatic firearms that look a certain way and clinton tried and had to go back on and they're afraid that they're going to have a secretary of state like susan rice who is going to have the united states sign on to the united nations treaties that would affect the second amendment to our constitution and why the gun sales are up. stuart: you've got it. what surprises me, how much they're up. 154,000 background checks in one day. an
on "varney & company" i asked nra executive vice president wayne laperriere about gun ownership and what happens if president obama is reelected. listen to this. >> we've been doing everything we can to get the truth out about what's going to happen to the second amendment if president obama gets reelected. we'll see anti-second amendment rampage like we've never seen before. stuart: i also asked laperriere if gun voters are single issue voters? i used signs as an example. they're from the jersey shore after the destruction of sandy. homeowners posting signs, saying quote, looters will be shot, bodies thrown in river. here is his response to that. >> what is going on right now, you just talked about it. go sit in one of those houses in the middle of night, you're cold. you have no power. no electricity. no water at all. and see if a firearm makes you safer or not. stuart: all right. laperriere went on to say, yes gun owners could sway the vote in parts of key swing states. interesting. imagine how this must feel. you campaign for literally years. you go to the polls. you put an x next to
on to an amtrak train in a locked container or a national park brsh it's that the nra spreads fear among gun owners and people who are sympathetic to gun ownership that what liberals really want is to make sure that nobody in this country can have guns. mre purpose in writing this b k book. >> they have a right it own those guns, and there has been an effort to limit their abilities, their rights to do that. >> well, there have been gun control measures throughout the history of the republic and the constitutional -- the supreme court ruling that gun ownership was an individual right. two rulings in 2008 and 2010. both said -- both those supreme court rulings said that reasonable gun control measures are constitutional, but the nra does spread fear. it was telling its members all during this year leading up to the election that president obama, if re-elected, would not only take away your gun freedom but all our freedoms, and if that isn't fear-mongering, i don't know what is. >> it's interesting that the gun -- anti-gun lobbying group, the brady campaign, gave the president an f on gun con
% of women surveyed last year report owning a gun which is a new high. the nra is reporting that over the last four or five years there has been exponential increase in women participating in safety programs and licensing programs and hunting programs. women feel safer knowing how to use guns. i can tell you some of the gun shop manufacturers are starting to market more toward women. you see the pink series what i'm wearing here and the long rifles and some are for breast cancer awareness. jon, back to you. jon: anna koiman live at a gun range in new jersey. interesting. anna, thank you. jenna: a new washington guessing game shaping up over who will replace outgoing secretary of state hillary clinton. at least one possible nominee is keeping a very low profile. we'll tell you about that coming up. >>> plus flash floods, mudslides and feet of snow. we'll tell you who is bracing for some severe winter weather and it may not be who you think it is twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligatio. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i reall
to gallup, 43% of women surveyed last year reported owning a gun which is a new high. the nra reports that over the last four o or five years there's been an exponential increase in women participating in safety classes, licensing programs and women-only hunting programs. some women feel safer just knowing how to use guns. >> i felt like if we were going to have guns in the home, that i should know how the handle them, know if it's loaded, you know? i mean, there's going to be guns in the house, i can't have something that i'm afraid of and don't know what to -- you know, it's dangerous. so i took a class, and i found that i really enjoyed it. >> reporter: and she even knows a few of her own -- owns a few of her own guns now. some gun manufacturers are starting to market more toward women, you see the ear protection on in this female behind me, these rifles, a camo pic one, a hot pink one and even a breast cancer awareness handgun. back to you. megyn: wow, all right. thanks, anna. >>> we are hearing security fears as the administration defends a possible plan to bring guantanamo bay d
're buying now. and n.r.a. head predicted this on "varney & company." >> i think you'll see a siege on the second amendment we've never seen before. president obama is trying to camouflage this issue to get through the election. and they're handing out flyers all over the heartland of the country, obama is not going to take your guns, they're trying to fog the election and get through the election, but if they do, it's katie bar the door. stuart: yes indeedy, look at black friday. next hour we'll talk to the gun store owner who took out the ad in the paper. if you voted for barack obama, your business is not welcome. it's been great for his business. he's on the show the top of the hour coming up. perhaps all research in motion needed was "varney & company" to put it on death watch. since we did so, the stock is up 5 #% in one month. 70% up in three months, a lot of positive buzz surrounding the blackberry 10 due the end of january and the stock has gone straight up despite our death watch. maybe we should put microsoft, a stock that i own, on death watch. take a look at the video p
numbers so we were right. gun sales are surging on fears of a second obama term. n.r. n.r.a. called it on "varney & company" and california voted overwhelmingly democratic and voters raised taxes on themselves. the head of the state's republican party is here to defend this. >> 2014 and 16 is going to be the bottom for the democrat we have eight of the ten worst foreclosure areas in the country and californians can't afford to bail out sacramento so when they turn this down, jerry brown is going to have to decide to cut back on government and keep in mind, he's grown government over the last two years if you can believe it so i think the democrats are headed to a very difficult state, especially after this tax increase is turned down. is wt drives us to broadcast the world's biggest events in 3d, or live to your seat high above the atlantic ocean. it's what drives us to create, batteries that power tomorrow's cars, nearlyndestructible laptops, and the sustainable smart towns of the future. at panasonic, wee driven to make what matters most better. just another way we're engineering
conservation wildlife groups ranging from the national wildlife federation to the n.r.a. this earned their endorsement because it includes responsible provisions that are important to sportsmen and women across america. in my role as chairman of the congressional sportsmen's caucus, outdoors mern and women tell me about the important access to public lands. what good does it do to protect land for hunting, fishing and hiking if folks aren't able to goat to it? and right now there are some 35 million acres of public land that sportsmen can't access. that is why this bill requires at 1.5% of the annual funding from the land and water conservation fund is set aside to increase public access to public lands. ensuring sportsmen to some of the best places to hunt and fish in the country. right now the congress delegates all power to determine land water conservation funding priorities to the executive branch. we can add or subtract money from the president's budget request. congress cannot determine how that money gets spent. this provision ensures that the administration and the next one
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